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Alumnae-created works to help you learn, reflect, and escape this season
From nonfiction to poetry, the latest books by Barnard authors
From nonfiction to poetry, the latest books by Barnard authors.
In advance of the 2020 presidential election, reporter Paola Ramos ’09 set out to show that the U.S.’s Latinx community is anything but monolithic.
A new, illuminating tome chronicles the history of Barnard College.
A new, illuminating tome chronicles the history of Barnard College
In her new book, historian Nina Ansary ’89 shines a spotlight on the overlooked contributions of 50 pioneering women innovators throughout history.
From fiction to poetry, the latest titles by Barnard authors.
From fiction to poetry, the latest titles from Barnard authors
The author of All-American Muslim Girl tells us about her writing process, favorite Barnard professors, and the books currently on her nightstand
During Hardwick’s 20-year tenure at Barnard, she wrote some of her most important work and inspired a generation of talented writers
A collection of letters edited by Professor Saskia Hamilton paints an illuminating portrait of the marriage of two literary greats: writer Elizabeth Hardwick, who taught at Barnard for 20 years, and poet Robert Lowell